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Staying Ahead of the Trend: Why Restaurants Should Increase their Seafood Selection

By: Nicole Reed, Communications Manager, MenuMax

Thanks to a national push for increased nutrition education, consumers are beginning to make more educated meal choices. In January, the USDA released the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. In this, they outlined the federal governments nutritional guidance to promote health, reduce the risk of chronic [...]

Restaurant Nutrition in the National Spotlight

By Steven Kent President/CEO

As part of her campaign to end childhood obesity, First Lady Michelle Obama has turned her attention to the restaurant industry. According to White House officials her goal is to convince restaurants to adopt “smaller portions and children’s meals that include healthy offerings like carrots, apple slices [...]

Menu Labeling Exemptions a Fast Food Loophole?

By: Mary Pennington, Communications Manager, MenuMax

In a recent article from we uncover an interesting dynamic between the ways restaurants are using menu labeling exceptions to their advantage, as an opportunity to save money, and build a unique marketing platform.

Dining establishments with limited time offer (LTO) items on the menu for [...]

UK Persuading Manufacturers to Produce Healthier Foods

By: Mary Pennington, Communications Manager, MenuMax

In a National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) press release issued on Tuesday, members of the organization, based in the UK, shared their ideas on how to further the battle against heart disease and strokes by placing some of the nutritional responsibility on the manufacturers.